Animax Designs Unveils Project 65 Million Years in the Making

Animax Designs had their latest project unveiled in a New York Times Article titled “Dinosaurs Roam Where Elephants Stood” by reporter David Yaffe-Bellany. As part of their partnership with Feld Entertainment, the industry-leading animatronics company was tasked with building the star of Jurassic Park Live – a remotely puppeteered animatronic T-Rex. The iconic dinosaur that has captivated audiences on screen for over two decades debuted in Columbus, Ohio on Oct 3rd to begin taking live audiences by storm.

Weighing in at 8200lbs and spanning a total length of 42 feet, this T-Rex demands attention when it enters the ring. Despite this T-Rex’s true age being millions of years old, Animax Designs completed the project from creative development to final installation in under two years. With a highly-skilled staff of over 140 employees and a state-of-the-art 88,000 sq. ft. facility, Animax Designs continues to uphold its reputation of figure finish and IP realism.

To see this character in motion, click here for ticket information and tour schedule.